Begin your trip in Las Vegas where energetic entertainment and hair-raising attractions meet jaw-dropping natural scenery. Then, swap the desert for Mexico’s vibrant culture, ancient Mayan ruins, dazzling white sand beaches and mouthwatering culinary scene.
It’s a holiday where glittering skyscrapers pair with ancient wonders and where top-rated swimming pools meet some of the world’s best beaches.
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Las Vegas Highlights
A trip to Sin City is a multi-sensory experience. Bask amid the glowing pulsations of The Strip and its deluxe hotels and casinos, make room to savour its world-class cuisine, and explore the surrounding desert and natural landscape by catching a breath in the pockets of calm amid the chaos.
World Class Hotels
Las Vegas doesn’t hold back when it comes to its luxury hotel resorts, each is unique, fabulous, and offers a one-of-a-kind experience. Ride a gondola through the canals at The Venetian, loop-the-loop on the indoor rollercoaster at Circus Circus or throw coins into a miniature Trevi Fountain at Caesars Palace.
Vegas attracts the world’s biggest stars to its spectacular hotels, theatres and entertainment venues for out-of-this-world shows, musicals, concerts and performances. Come and see your favourites in action or take a chance on a new artist and absorb the electrifying atmosphere in the Dolby Live venue at Park MGM or the brand-new Las Vegas Sphere for a one-of-a-kind, immersive concert experience!
There aren’t many places you can hop into a helicopter and glide over one of the seven natural wonders of the world, but in Las Vegas, anything is possible. Take flight above the astonishing Grand Canyon and see this world-famous gorge in all its glory, while later that same day ride a gondola down the canals of Venice at The Venetian Resort and hit the casino for a quick spin on the slot machines and a nightcap.
In true American style, Las Vegas delivers when it comes to food. There are innumerable places to eat, whatever your tastes. From Michelin-starred fine dining and a host of celebrity restaurants, quick and casual eats to family-friendly joints, you’ll find it here in abundance. Stay in your hotel or head out to The Strip or Downtown Las Vegas for some unforgettable holiday dining!
There is no place like Mexico. Known around the world for its unique blend of picture-perfect beaches, eclectic culture, historical curiosities and of course its fiery food, this is a destination on everyone’s bucket list. And once you’ve been, you’ll want to return again and again!
The true definition of paradise. Mexico’s beaches are among some of the best in the world, with an abundance of diving opportunities and various watersports in its turquoise waters, or simply sunbathing and building sandcastles on its endless stretches of pristine shoreline.
Replicated the world over but never as good as the real thing. Visiting Mexico gives you the chance to try some of its most iconic and spiciest cuisines using the freshest local ingredients, traditionally cooked and served up in the most inspirational settings. Think tacos, enchiladas, huevos rancheros, burritos and so much more!
Culture & History
Mexico has a rich and vibrant culture dating back to its fascinating ancient Mayan and Aztec civilisations, and more recently its Spanish influences. From the food, arts, music and dance of its traditional customs to its archaeological marvels and diverse towns and cities, Mexico is a wonder for exploration and discovery.
Big City Life
Mexico boasts big, sprawling cities like Mexico City, Guadalajara and the border town of Tijuana, which are profuse with cultural festivals, historical sites and excellent dining scenes. While its beachside resort cities like Cancún, Tulum and Playa del Carmen along the Riviera Maya are tourist hubs for dynamic nightlife and relaxing daytime vibes.
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LAS VEGAS & MEXICO HOLIDAYS FAQS
LAS VEGAS & MEXICO HOLIDAYS FAQS
LAS VEGAS & MEXICO HOLIDAYS FAQS
Spring is the best time of year for Las Vegas and Mexico multi-centre holidays. In Las Vegas, spring brings comfortable temperatures with daytime highs ranging from 21°C to 28°C. It’s an ideal time for sightseeing and getting outdoors. You may want to bring a light jacket for cooler evenings or indoor venues where the air-conditioning is cranked up high.
Mexico experiences seven main climate regions from arid deserts to tropical coasts. The best time to visit is between December and April when the weather is mild and dry. If you’re pairing your multi-centre trip with Las Vegas, early spring is an optimal time to visit.
Popular destinations like Cancún and the Riviera Maya are pleasant with average temperatures hovering around 25°C and 30°C. It’s the perfect weather for beach-hopping and sightseeing.
The rainy season in Mexico runs from late August to November. While it’s unlikely you’ll experience days of torrential rain, it’s worth bearing in mind if you’re keen on sunny weather.
Mexico is a huge country with so much to see and do, so it’s understandable if you’re having a hard time narrowing it down to a single itinerary. There’s something for everyone here, whether you’re seeking picture-perfect beaches, mountain adventures, culture, food, history or wildlife.
Popular coastal destinations like Cancún and Riviera Maya are renowned for their paradise of pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters and glamorous resorts. Explore ancient Mayan history in Tulum, tour the region’s beautiful cenotes or immerse in the natural wonders of Xcaret eco-park on the Caribbean Coast. Further up the Yucatán Peninsula, Chichen Itzá is another fascinating Mayan site.
Inland, Mexico City buzzes with culture, featuring pre-Hispanic and colonial-era architecture, street art and world-class museums. Or venture southwest to Oaxaca which is well-known for its Indigenous heritage and thriving culinary scene. The city is one of the best places to go to pick up artisanal crafts.
Over on the West Coast, Puerto Vallarta is a resort town that’s known for its pristine beaches framed by the Sierra Madre mountains. Across the Gulf of California, La Paz, the capital of the Mexican state of Baja California Sur is a haven for international artists while Cabo Pulmo is an excellent spot for scuba diving.
Las Vegas and Mexico observe different time zones. Las Vegas typically follows Pacific Standard Time (PST), which is 8 hours behind the UK.
Since Mexico is a large country, it has different time zones depending on the region. For example, Cancún and the Riviera Maya follow Eastern Standard Time (EST) which puts them 6 hours behind the UK and two hours ahead of Las Vegas. Mexico’s capital, Mexico City follows Central Standard Time (CST) which is 7 hours behind the UK and one hour ahead of Las Vegas.
In March and December, be sure to check when US time zones change to Daylight Saving Time as their clocks change at different times to the UK. It’s important to note that Mexico does not observe Daylight Saving Time.
We recommend Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) for direct flights between the UK and Las Vegas. It’s just five miles south of Downtown Las Vegas and offers easy access to the famous Las Vegas Strip. It takes about 10-15 minutes by car, depending on traffic. It’s also well-connected by public transport.
For Mexico, the best airport for you depends on your destination. If you’re travelling to Cancún and Riviera Maya, you will fly into Cancún International Airport (CUN). It’s just under a half-hour drive from Cancún and about an hour from Riviera Maya. Tulum is a one-hour and 30-minute drive away.
If you’re flying to Mexico’s capital, the best airport for you is Mexico City International Airport which is just under 20 minutes by car from the city centre and approximately 45 minutes by public transport.
Most main towns and cities in Mexico like Oaxaca and Puerto Vallarta have airports nearby so they’re easy to reach. If you need help choosing flights or destinations for your Mexico multi-centre holiday, don’t hesitate to reach out to our travel experts
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No, Downtown Las Vegas is not the same as the Las Vegas Strip. They are two different places but they’re both equally worth seeing.
The Las Vegas Strip, often simply referred to as ‘the Strip,’ is a famous stretch of South Las Vegas Boulevard. Here you’ll find some of the city’s most iconic resorts, casinos, attractions, restaurants and nightlife.
Downtown Las Vegas is located 10 minutes by car from the Strip. It’s centred around the Fremont Street Experience which is the heart of Las Vegas and where the city’s original casinos are based.
You mostly need to pack lightweight, breathable clothes for warm weather for multi-centre holidays in Las Vegas and Mexico. In Las Vegas, summer temperatures are scorching hot so sun protection is essential. Winter is a lot cooler even in the desert so we recommend bringing layers and a jacket. Don’t forget comfortable shoes and swimwear. If dining at upscale Las Vegas restaurants or attending shows, pack smart-casual attire.
When packing for Mexico, think about regional climate variations. You’ll want to pack plenty of beachwear for coastal areas like Cancún and Tulum. Inland destinations like Mexico City and Oaxaca may require layers, as temperatures can vary. If in doubt, have a mix of lightweight, moisture-wicking clothes you can layer up or down depending on how you feel.
One of our favourite beaches in Mexico for families is Playa Mia Grand Beach Park located on the island of Cozumel near Tulum. The white-sand beach is a haven for budding snorkellers or splashing about in the warm Caribbean Sea.
Playa Paraíso in Tulum combines history with some well-deserved sunbathing as the beach is within easy walking distance of the city’s Mayan ruins. There are facilities like cabanas and umbrellas here to help you make the most of your time.
For a quieter experience, the dazzling white sands and shallow turquoise waters of Akumal Beach are ideal for families. Located just outside Tulum, it’s a popular place to swim with sea turtles.
In Puerto Vallarta, Playa de los Muertos is a golden sandy beach that’s much livelier and more cheerful than its name (which translates to Dead Man’s Beach). There’s an intriguing pier alongside watersports, beach volleyball and parasailing.
Mandalay Bay Beach is one of the top-rated swimming pools in Las Vegas. The complex includes four pools, a lazy river, fountains, bars, a beach bar, a beach club, a sandy beach and whirlpools. It’s open to the public from Monday to Thursday.
Garden of the Gods at Caesars Palace has all the glamour to make you feel like you’re on Mount Olympus. Its eight different pools are named after Roman gods, including family-friendly Jupiter.
Sports lovers should head to Circus Stadium Swim in Downtown Las Vegas which features six swimming pools, two spas, gourmet food outlets, swim-up bars and a 40-foot-tall by 143-foot-long LED screen that broadcasts the biggest games of the year.
For a slice of the high life, The Venetian Pool Deck has eight gorgeous pools to choose from, including infinity pools and a splash pad. Relax, sunbathe or dance away the evening here. Take a look at our Las Vegas multi-centre holiday itinerary for more of our favourite activities in the city.